Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser Therapy or The Scalar Wave Laser System is available by appointment, in-person at the Red Deer Clinic. In addition, you can also purchase a personal unit through Vannette's office.
What are Scalar Lasers?
Scalar Lasers are a type of cold or low-level laser. Cold laser therapy is generally a form of medicine that applies the energy of light-emitting diodes to the surface of the body.
All low level lasers donate energy in order to rejuvenate the cell. What makes the Scalar Wave Laser System unique is its ability to clear cellular memory. Cell memory is the stress or tension pattern underneath all injury and dis-ease. This specific technology activates scalar waves which neutralize all polarity and shift the cell memory.
This quantum approach can be applied to any injuries, stress, tension, dis-ease, or to activate the key body systems such as the glands, organs, chakras, meridians or any of the cells which make up the body. This therapy can be applied to any part of the body.
How does it work?
The light frequency donates energy to the cells to stimulate the mitochondria which is the part of the cell which produces ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP is a chemical compound and a co-enzyme that transports energy and governs cell activity.
This laser works in much the same way as sunlight to a garden. The sunlight donates energy in the form of photons which in turn stimulates plants to grow — akin to photosynthesis, cold lasers facilitate intracellular energy transfer.
How is a session conducted?
Taking any posture that allows for greatest comfort and laser access, a client will hold the hand-held device over any area in question. In increments of 20minutes duration the program cycles through specific frequencies tailored to any ailment.
What can I expect to experience in a session?
Depending on the application, one may experience very little sensation while another person may feel a comforting, warm sensation at the site of application. Results will vary depending on the requirement for healing.